What do u do on ur spare time?

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I do hang out and chill with guys out there in pool its really nice fun what about y'all?
 
Read posts on Alldeaf! My spare time is now over, gotta' get busy with my life. :lol:
 
Doing what I do as usual in my free time which is blogging but again blogging is my job as well so it's a win-win I think. Blogging in my free time while earning money for doing something in my free time. :)

But other than that probably watch some films or television shows and sometimes gears up my ATV to ride some trails such as Hatfield McCoy trails system in Buffalo trail up in Williamson, Wv to Matewan, Wv over 100 miles of fun driving/riding with a group.
 
Netflix, computer games, hiking, local events, board games with friends, hanging out with family, exploring the area I live in, working on side projects, the usual stuff.
 
I like to cook, sew my own clothes, ASL (of course), take the dogs walking, games, watch movies (Netflix, Amazon, VUDU), go out to restaurants, visit friends, go to the beach, and read in bed. I am NEVER bored and always have a project going.
 
Work in my flower garden...and ideas for decorating...plus walking my doggie (which she loves)...seems the older you get, the less spare time you have...and with children, grandchildren and a great grandchild...spare time is hard to come by....and so what if my bed didn't get made the other day!...It's not going anywhere....:lol:
 
use be birder if I could see I would i like my garden started zen art but time is spent growing a callous on my backside
 
I read books and respond to forum comments all day long. Currently, I'm reading Living Enlightenment and Breaking India. At temple, I read Introduction to Vendānta: A Commentary on Tattva Bodha. I see my spiritual adviser once every 7-12 days. About once every two weeks or so, I spend about 5-7 hours mowing two acres.
 
Riding motorcycles (duh) but lately I've been getting into homebrewing. I started my first batch a month ago and now it's bottled up. I just have to wait until probably next week to finally taste the beer.

It's been a fun experience and overwhelming at times. You would think beer is simple, just let stuff ferment and bottle it up. There's a whole bunch of tools, techniques and recipes and you can easily find yourself spending over a grand on tools. So I've been working on trying to do homebrewing on a small budget and so far been having some success. I found a homebrew kit on craigslist for only 150 bucks, if I bought everything brand new it'd be easily over 400 dollars.

Other than that I like reading and learning about all kinds of scientific theories and expanding my mind. One fun but entertaining site I like to check out is cracked.com
 
Riding motorcycles (duh) but lately I've been getting into homebrewing. I started my first batch a month ago and now it's bottled up. I just have to wait until probably next week to finally taste the beer.

I would suggest filming yourself opening your first bottle and drinking it completely, regardless of how bad it tastes, and wait and see if you get sick and vomit it back up.

Someone did that with a 20-year-old bottle of Pepsi Crystal. He drank it, thought it was great, and in a few minutes, upchucked those chemicals. And recorded this happening.
 
Mainly surfing on the Internet, spending time with my wonderful fiancé, playing video games, and design/sew clothes.
 
Riding motorcycles (duh) but lately I've been getting into homebrewing. I started my first batch a month ago and now it's bottled up. I just have to wait until probably next week to finally taste the beer.

It's been a fun experience and overwhelming at times. You would think beer is simple, just let stuff ferment and bottle it up. There's a whole bunch of tools, techniques and recipes and you can easily find yourself spending over a grand on tools. So I've been working on trying to do homebrewing on a small budget and so far been having some success. I found a homebrew kit on craigslist for only 150 bucks, if I bought everything brand new it'd be easily over 400 dollars.

Other than that I like reading and learning about all kinds of scientific theories and expanding my mind. One fun but entertaining site I like to check out is cracked.com

Bring it on Discovery channel you'd get paid hundreds of dollars man lol
 
I read books and respond to forum comments all day long. Currently, I'm reading Living Enlightenment and Breaking India. At temple, I read Introduction to Vendānta: A Commentary on Tattva Bodha. I see my spiritual adviser once every 7-12 days. About once every two weeks or so, I spend about 5-7 hours mowing two acres.

;)
 
I sleep, clean the house, hand wash the laundry, prepare for the kids day, and try to sleep some more.
 
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